Japanese maker Fujitsu presented or refreshed 18 products in one swoop this week, and all of them are geared towards the enterprise market.
Its 2 Android products, the Arrows M305/KA4 smartphone and the Arrows Tab M555/KA4, have fingerprint sensing units, bundled Fujitsu BYOD software (Cloud PaaS mobile suite, MIS FENICS II Universal Link), and advanced weather resistant capabilities.
But it is Windows that powers the bulk of Fujitsu’s B2B product refresh. The Arrows Tab Q555/K sports a wide range of devices including a stylus pen, a docking station and a keyboard that converts it into a netbook-size gadget. It has a fingerprint sensing unit and can stand up to falls of approximately 75cm.
A smaller variation of the tablet, called the Q335/K, will be offered with nearly 11 hours battery life, Windows 8.1 Pro and a variety of devices consisting of a shoulder strap.
The remainder of the improvements influence the Celsius workstation series (with the intro of new Intel Xeon processors and Nvidia Quadro workstation cards), and the addition of what seems totally free Microsoft Workplace on select Lifebook, Esprimo and Celcius models.
More particularly, the press release points out that users can upggrade to the most up to date variation of Office complimentary of charge and picking Office Premium would offer one year’s worth of Office 365 for free.
Fujitsu hasn’t disclosed when and if it will certainly deliver the brand-new products to the UK yet.